TX7110
Intelligent Heat Detector
Installation and Operation Manual
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TX7110 Intelligent Heat Detector
Installation & Operation Manual
Product Safety
To prevent severe injury and loss of life or property, read the instruction carefully before installing the
detector to ensure proper and safe operation of the system.
European Union directive
2012/19/EU (WEEE directive): Products marked with this symbol cannot be disposed
of as unsorted municipal waste in the European Union. For proper recycling, return
this product to your local supplier upon the purchase of equivalent new
equipment, or dispose of it at designated collection points.
For more information please visit the website at www.recyclethis.info
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Table of Content
1 Introduction ............................................................................................................................................................ 4
1.1 Overview ......................................................................................................................................................... 4
1.2 Feature and Benefits ..................................................................................................................................... 4
1.3 Technical Specification ................................................................................................................................ 4
2 Installation .............................................................................................................................................................. 5
2.1 Installation Preparation ................................................................................................................................. 5
2.2 Installation and Wiring .................................................................................................................................. 5
3 Detector Configuration ....................................................................................................................................... 6
3.1 Preparation ..................................................................................................................................................... 6
3.2 Write: Addressing ........................................................................................................................................... 6
3.3 Set: LED On/Off .............................................................................................................................................. 6
3.4 Read Configuration ...................................................................................................................................... 7
4 General Maintenance ......................................................................................................................................... 7
5 Troubleshooting Guide ........................................................................................................................................ 8
Appendix 1 ................................................................................................................................................................ 8
Limitation of Heat Detectors .............................................................................................................................. 8
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1 Introduction
1.1 Overview
The TX7110 Intelligent Fixed and Rate of Rise Heat Detector is reliable for application in places where
may have high dust level or smoky environments, making a normal smoke detector undesirable.
The unit manufactured base on the sensitivity requirement of EN 54 part 5, European Standard. The
unit is aesthetically pleasing with unobtrusive design that will complement modern building designs.
The unit incorporates an intelligent processor that provides inbuilt A/D converter, and Self-Diagnosis
and History log.
In the event of fire, the integral microprocessor analyses the signal according to factors such as
signal strength and rate of increase, then confirms these patterns with the pre-programmed fire
scenarios, heat patterns including rate of rise temperature patterns, for a faster and safer response.
Once it is confirmed, the LED indicates the sensor status and parallel sending communication signal
to the control panel. The TX7110 detector is compatible to the TX7004 Analogue Intelligent Fire Alarm
Control Panel, produced by single manufacture T&A, to avoid addressable communication
compatibility problem.
1.2 Feature and Benefits
 EN54-5 Compliance
 Using microprocessor technology with memory capacity up to 10 events
 Analogue sensor and digital addressing
 Provide real time algorithm to the control panel
 360 degree visual indicator
 Onsite Adjustable Parameter
 Ancillary remote indicator output
 Aesthetically pleasing design
1.3 Technical Specification
 Listed
 Compliance
 Input Voltage
 Current Consumption Standby
 Protocol/Addressing
 Heat Class Type
 Indicator
 Material / Colour
 Dimension / Height
 Weight
 Operating Temperature
 Humidity
LPCB Pending
EN54-5
24VDC [16V to 28V]
0.6mA, Alarm: 4mA
T&A, Value range from 1 to 254
A1R
Single LED / 360 degree Visual
ABS / White Glossy finishing
Diameter 99.7 mm / 57 mm
127g (with Base), 72g (without Base)
-10°C to +50°C
0 to 95% Relative Humidity, Non condensing
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2 Installation
2.1 Installation Preparation
This detector must be installed, commissioned and maintained by a qualified or factory trained
service personnel. The installation must be installed in compliance with all local codes having a
jurisdiction in your area or BS 5839 Part 1 and EN54.
The TX7110 heat detector has two conditions, fixed and rate of rise temperature. When power on,
both conditions are working until the sensing element satisfies on one of the condition, the detector
goes to alarm. The fixed temperature has a sensing element fixed at a specific temperature, and
when it reached, the detector activates. The rate of rise temperature heat detector will response to
a sudden increase in temperature, this makes ideal for areas where smoke detector is unsuitable.
2.2 Installation and Wiring
1. Mount the T&A standard base on standard one [1] gang
electrical back box. Do not over-tighten the screws otherwise
the base will twist. Use M4 standard screws.
2. Connect the wire in terminal as shown in Figure two [2]. Verify
the device number or other device parameters if desired using
handheld programmer then stick on the label before
attaching detector. The sticker labels are available on the
control panel.
3. Attach the detector to the base, point the detector in the
base by the mark-line and secure the detector in that position
by rotating it clockwise, until it reaches the next mark line.
4. Do not remove the red plastic dust cover until the final
handover is done.
Terminal Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Figure 2
Signal In (+)
Signal Out (+)
Remote Indicator (+)
Remote Indicator (+)
Signal In (-)
Signal Out (-)
Remote Indicator (-)
Remote Indicator (-)
Figure 1
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3 Detector Configuration
3.1 Preparation
The TX7930 handheld programmer is used to configure heat detectors soft address and parameters.
This tools are not included, must be purchased separately. The programmer is packed with twin 1.5V
AA battery and cable, ready for usage once received.
It is mandatory for the commissioning personnel to have programmer tool enable to adjust the
detector conferring to the site situation and environmental requirements.
Program a unique address number for each device according to the project layout before placing
from the Terminal Base.
Warning: Disconnect the loop connection whilst connecting to the handheld programmer.
3.2 Write: Addressing
1. Connect the programming cable to 1 and
6 terminals (Figure 3). Press “Power” to
switch on the unit.
2. Switch-on the programmer, then press
button “Write” or number “2” to enter Write
Address mode (Figure 4).
3. Input the desire device address value from
1 to 254, and then press “Write” to save the
new address (Figure 5).
Note: If display “Success”, means the
entered address is confirmed. If display
“Fail”, means failure to program the
address (Figure 6).
1. Read
2. Write
3. R/W Config
4. Set
Figure 4
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Figure 3
Address: 001
Next Address: 002
Address: 001
Fail
Success
Figure 5
Figure 6
4. Press “Exit” key to go back Main Menu. Press “Power” key to switch-off the programmer.
3.3 Set: LED On/Off
1. The LED indicator can be turn-off if desired, the sensing ability of the detector will not disrupt
even the LED is off.
2. Attach the programming cable to 1 and 6 Terminals of detector. Press “Power” to switch-on
the unit.
3. Switch-on the programmer, then press button “4” to enter to Setting mode (Figure 7).
4. Input the “1” then press “Write” to change the setting (Figure 8) and LED will turn-off. To
resume the default setting, press “Clear” and then press “Write”.
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1. Read
2. Write
3. R/W Config
4. Set
Parameter Description
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Parameter: 1
01-
LED On (Default)
LED Off
Success
Figure 7
Figure 8
5. Press “Exit” key to go back Main Menu. Press “Power” to switch off the programmer.
3.4 Read Configuration
1. Attach the programming cable to 1 and 6 terminals of detector. Press “Power” to switch on
the unit.
2. Switch-on the programmer, then press button “Read” or “1” to enter to Read mode (Figure 9).
The programmer will display the configuration after few seconds. (Figure 10).
Read Description
1. Read
2. Write
3. R/W Config
4. Set
Figure 9
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Address: 123
Category: A1R
ID: 123456789012
Address: Unique number
assigned
Category: Detector type
ID: Detector serial number
Figure 10
3. Press “Exit” key to go back Main Menu. Press “Power” key to switch off the programmer.
4 General Maintenance
1. Inform the suitable personnel before conducting the maintenance.
2. Disable the detector on the control panel to prevent false alarm.
3. Do not attempt to adjust or modify the detector, it may affect the ability of the detector to
respond to a fire condition and will void the manufacturer’s warranty.
4. Use a damp cloth to clean the detector. Do not use cleaning chemicals that may leave
residue on the electronic parts.
5. Notify again proper personnel after conducting the maintenance and make sure to enable
the detector and confirm if up and running.
6. Perform the maintenance on semi-annually or quarterly depending on the site conditions.
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5 Troubleshooting Guide
What you notice
What it means
What to do
Address not enrolling
The wiring is loose
The address is duplicate
Conduct maintenance
Re-Commission the detector
Unable to commission
The damage the electronic circuit
Replace the detector
Keep Indicating Fire signal
The selected type of sensing
element is not matching the room
temperature condition
Re-Program the detector
Appendix 1
Limitation of Heat Detectors
The heat detector cannot last forever. In order to keep the detector working in good condition,
please maintain the equipment continuously according to recommendations from manufacturers
and relative nation codes and laws. Take specific maintenance measures on the basis of different
environments.
The heat detector contains electronic parts. Even though it is made to last for a long period of time,
any of these parts could fail at any time. Therefore, test your heat detector at least every half-year
according to national codes or laws. Any heat detectors, fire alarm devices or any other
components of the system must be repaired and/or replaced immediately as they fail.
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